“Simply being pro-life doesn’t save babies. Acting pro-life does!” This admonition was given by Melissa Temple at Tennessee Right to Life’s 12th annual Pro-Life Oratory Contest on Saturday, April 30, at Aquinas College in Nashville. Local chapters helped Tennessee to develop the nation’s largest pro-life speech contest with over 115 public, private, and home-schooled students …Continue reading "Tennessee Right to Life’s Pro-Life Oratory Contest Among Nation’s Largest"
By Dave Andrusko Lauren Hayden, a staunchly pro-life 17-year-old homeschooler, will be Arkansas representative to National Right to Life’s Jane B. Thompson Oratory Contest at the NRLC convention in Florida in June. Arkansas Right to Life has sponsored an Oratory Contest since 1993 when Katie Beebe, its state winner, won the National Oratory Contest in …Continue reading "Lauren Hayden Wins Arkansas Oratory Contest"
The Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky, Inc. sponsors an annual oratory contest that is open to high school juniors and seniors. The state winner represents Kentucky in the National Right to Life Oratory Contest. This year, Kentucky will be represented by Ray Grijalba, a talented prolife senior from South Oldham High School. Ray …Continue reading "RAY GRIJALBA–RTL EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OF KENTUCKY, INC. 2011 ORATORY WINNER"
Texas Right to Life is proud to send a representative to National Right to Life’s Jane B. Thompson Oratory Contest every summer! Over the weekend, five high school students from across the state, each of whom had won first place in competitions held in their respective local areas, competed for the opportunity to represent Texas …Continue reading "Christina Hastings Wins Texas Right to Life Oratory Contest"
Waseca, Minn., senior takes first place for second consecutive year As the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger’s “horrific ideas” continue to drive the organization even though they are never mentioned. That was Natasha Spear’s message in her winning speech in the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) State Oratory Contest. Winners of local contests …Continue reading "Speech on Sanger’s eugenics agenda wins MCCL Oratory Contest"
Alexa Sleadd, a senior from Grants Pass, won first prize at the Oregon Right to Life Education Foundation annual oratory contest for her speech entitled “War on Womanhood.” She performed her award-winning speech in front of 500 pro-life activists at the Oregon Right to Life Conference in Portland. Sleadd, who won the award last year, …Continue reading "Josephine County’s Alexa Sleadd will Represent Oregon at National Right to Life’s Annual Oratory Contest"